[Tutor] Postgresql+Python -tutorial?
missive at hotmail.com
Sat Jun 4 00:28:41 CEST 2005
>> > I've been using MySQL up this day, but would like to convert my
>> > program to use Postgresql.
>>I'm curious. Why?
>>Is there some advantage to Postgres over MySql?
>Postgres behaves a lot like Python in that it'll die early rather than try
>to guess at what the user means. Postgres handles bad data much more
>responsibly, and usually doesn't quietly fail the way that MySQL does.
That describes it pretty well for me. That plus the fact that mysql
devs kept saying things like "relational integrity? What do you need
that for?" You mean in a relational database? Ah. Hmm....
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